Private maths tutors that come to you

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in! We work...

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in!

We work with 201 maths tutors in & around Kyle Bay, NSW. Our tutor comes to your home, or any other location, to help your child at a time and day that works for you. These tutors have helped thousands of students in both primary and high school - you can look at hundreds of reviews below. They have all been screened, interviewed and most importantly they love tutoring.

Give us a call on 1300 312 354 Or complete the enquiry form below. We'll have a quick chat to understand your needs and figure out which times/days work best. Then we'll organise a tutor to get in touch for a trial risk-free lesson. Simple.

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To find areas of weakness in a students understanding and try build their confidence in those areas. To truly personalize their learning by building trust and respect so the student will diligently learn. To provide a rigorous and global understanding of concepts in an engaging manner so they will continue to feel motivated. Trying different…

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I believe that a tutor must be able to push their students to succeed by adapting to the student's individual needs to optimise their learning experience. It is also important to form a good relationship with the student so that they are more willing to learn the required content and develop their understanding.
Note: can tutor in…

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To listen to the students' needs. Once you understand someone's problem, working with them to fix it is a lot easier, and this applies to education as well. Understanding leads to being able to provide a personalized learning experience for the student, ensuring they are more successful. Being approachable and accommodating are two of my biggest…

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Help them grow and make them more confident in themselves. I'm a really down to earth person whose straightforward and who people can just treat me like a big brother…

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Aside from attempting to push the students academic abilities to new heights, I believe that a tutor can provide valuable insight regarding life as a whole. Such as being able to transfer the skills acquired in solving mathematical equations, to solving problems in real life. My key strengths would be that I believe I can explain concepts which…

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The most important thing as a tutor is to encourage them when they are stressed or worried about the subject. Once they are encouraged they will be more willing to complete the set homework but also trust you as a tutor. I believe I am able to motivate my students to achieve their very best also to give them confidence in what they are good…

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I believe as a tutor the most important thing I can do is to make the lessons as enjoyable and engaging as possible. I believe that tutoring should not only be about learning content but also learning the beauty and elegance of maths by developing an appreciation for it. I believe my strengths are that I am a highly effective and confident…

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I strongly believe the most basic yet crucial thing a tutor can do for their students is being accessible and flexible to the unique needs of the student. Needless to say, a delivery manner that is dynamic yet effective for the individual student's need is important, however, the difference between a teacher and a tutor lies in their…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student:
- help students answer questions (especially exam type questions)
- motivate students to succeed in mathematics by changing the students view of not approaching maths as a chore but something that they enjoy and is an interest
- helping struggling students catch up on content and/or…

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To be able to communicate effectively to the student is a core skill that tutors must have. Moreover, to ensure the learning environment is a positive one. Identifying strengths and weaknesses of student knowledge. By pointing out the mistakes that students make, we can build upon this and ensure they do not repeat them. Dedication and hard work.…

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Provide the necessary guidance alongside advice that allows a student to build their self confidence and mathematical ability. I think my strengths as a tutor include strong communication skills and patient attitude, which are essential when tutoring any student in helping them…

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Instill confidence
Clear and concise instructions
Build a working relationship
Progressively reaching outcomes. My main strength as a tutor is my ability to connect. I have good listening skills and patience which will benefit students who are struggling with complex concepts. I think patience is a great asset because it reduces the pressure…

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One of the most important things that a tutor, or any teacher, can do for a student is be there for them. By this, I mean tutors should be encouraging, supportive and understanding of students, as students can often have their downfalls (for instance, if they don't do as well as they hoped for in their exam). At times like this, students must be…

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I believe that the most important thing that a tutor can do is to work with a student from a student's perspective. It is exactly the reason why group-studying is so effective as everyone is on the same wavelength. A tutor's job is to be able to "read" into the student's mind and solve-problems by comfortably adjusting and improvising…

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I think it is important to be patient with your students. Some students are slower to learn than others, and others learn things in different ways compared to the rest. If you have the patience to teach them all properly, then it really shows on their performance. I believe that one of my strength is that I take pride in teaching my students. If…

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The tutor's job is to teach students how to learn, not just what to learn. It is also important for a tutor to make the subject material relevant to students and in doing so develop their love of the subject material. Finally, a tutor who works one-on-one with a student is uniquely able to completely individualise their teaching for that student.…

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1st Give him the keys for logic building.
2nd A lot of Practice
3rd A lot of Practice Starting by a very Simple logic building to reach what seams to be…

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As a tutor, it is essential that they take the time to understand the student and pinpoint what difficulties theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re having and why. From there, the most important thing a tutor can do is to make sure that the student understands how to overcome these difficulties, and also motivates them to tackle any more problems with…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to develop their skills to a high level or a level higher than what is was prior to tutoring - essentially to boost their competence and confidence for the subject area they are being tutored for.
Another objective includes motivating the student to enjoy maths (or any other subject) beyond…

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develop confidence in the student which further motivates to succeed in the subject I can identify the child's weak points and can make him/her excel in that…

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The tutor needs to always put the students' needs first. Tutors need to listen and understand the students' learning level and subsequently apply this knowledge in order to improve the way a student learns. This is important since every child can reach their full potential, they just sometimes need some guidance. The tutor needs to keep the…

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Help each children succeed their own goals (we would need to ask them what their goal is at first) Ability to establish a rapport with…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to present more options and allow the student to choose which way of studying suits them most. In many cases, the students struggling with their subjects are merely going in the wrong direction with their studying, so as a tutor, I will try to present other ways of studying that best…

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As stated previously, the most important thing I can do for a student is explaining to them thoroughly the fundamental concepts of a topic. I personally believe this is the most effective way of learning. In addition, I believe I can not only give extra through my own personal experiences, but also convey this in an extremely friendly and warming…